The Oklahoma Oil & Gas Expo is the largest event of its kind in Oklahoma. This one-day event is held in Oklahoma City each year, and is attended by more than 3,600 participants, exhibitors and sponsors from the oil and natural gas industry.
The Expo brings together companies, ideas, innovations and people who will shape the future of the industry. It is the only event of its kind in the state that is organized and hosted by local Oklahomans. Attendees can network, learn, make connections and enjoy a complimentary lunch.
In 2014, the event will celebrate its 18th year in existence. The Expo is hosted by the Committee for Sustaining Oklahoma's Energy Resources, or SOER. Previously the Marginal Well Commission, SOER's mission is to encourage new processes or technological advancements to sustain the oil and natural gas industry in the future for the benefit of the citizens of Oklahoma and to advance activities to support marginally producing oil and natural gas wells.
The 2014 Expo will be held on October 2nd from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds in both the Cox Pavilion and Oklahoma Expo Hall buildings.